Podcast Episode

Interest Rates, Investing, and Inflation - Predictions with Paul from Morgan Money

On the heels of the pandemic, inflation has spiraled upward to levels we haven’t experienced since the 70’s. Is it here to stay? How is this impacting rates? Investing has become the hot new topic in corporate financeshould your businesses be investing its excess cash, and how?

Listen to this episode of Fintech Corner where JD and Brett are joined by Paul Przybylski, Morgan Money Managing Director of JP Morgan Asset Management Liquidity Business where they discuss investing for corporates, interest rates, cash management, and more!

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Episode Highlights

  • What it’s like to incubate a  startup inside the world’s largest bank, JP Morgan 
  • Can or should you use ChatGPT for investing?
  • Companies should take advantage of today’s interest rates
  • How innovations in tech are being used across the whole investment spectrum
  • Paul’s advice to first-timers for investing and investment policies
  • Trovata and Morgan Money – a powerful duo that you can use together for FREE


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Show Notes / Resources

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About Fintech Corner

A podcast for fintech lovers that starts conversations between bankers, financial technology innovators, and their clients to evolve finance and treasury for the 21st century. For decades, there has been a gap between the technology that banks can offer and what corporate clients need for modern cash flow management and analysis. We’ll cover emerging trends to help bridge this gap, technologies that can reshape the roles of treasury & finance, and the in’s and out’s of API bank connections & open banking.

Hosts / Guest Speakers

Brett Turner
CEO & Founder, Trovata

After starting his career as a CPA with the Deloitte audit practice, Brett gained progressive experience in corporate finance and accounting managing SEC reporting for Amazon and then becoming VP of Finance for Worldwide Packets (sold for $300M+ in 2008). Across his last three roles as a startup Co-Founder / CFO, Brett has raised over $100M in equity and venture debt financing while helping create over $500M in shareholder value. Today, he is the founder and CEO of the cash management platform, Trovata. Brett is a Seattle native, with a BA in Finance from Seattle Pacific University.

Joseph Drambarean
CPO, Trovata

Joseph Drambarean is the Chief Product Officer as well as CTO at Trovata. Joseph is one of the founding members of the company and the first engineer. Before Trovata he worked with companies like Capital One where he was at the forefront of digital transformation, leading product management as head of the innovation labs and mobile banking teams. Joseph is driving innovation around rapid deployment and customer onboarding, bank-grade security, and machine learning at Trovata, creating a more consumerized user experience for customers from small businesses to enterprises.

Paul Przybylski
Head of Product Strategy and Morgan Money, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Paul Przybylski, Managing Director, is Global Head of Product Strategy and Morgan Money. In this role, he is responsible for the definition and creation of money market funds, ultra-short fixed income funds, ETFs across multiple currencies, and business strategic initiatives. He is also the head of J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s trading and analytics platform, Morgan Money. Paul is a member of the Global Cash Investment Policy Committee, Managed Reserve Investment Policy Committee, Global Liquidity Operating Committee, and the Client Service Americas Management Team. He is also a member of the ICI Institutional MMF Committee. Previously, he was CFO with the Global Fixed Income and Liquidity business with additional COO responsibilities for Global Liquidity. Przybylski joined J.P. Morgan in 2009 with seven years of industry experience.